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SALEM, OK.. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1SSS.
Is Simple of Construction,
EASY OK OPERATION.
Awarded first premium at the Oregon
State Fair 1833-'S4-85-'tt8.S7 and at the Cali
fornia State Fair, 1887, and San Joaquin
County Fair, 1SS7.
Manufactured In slxllw?s. For circular
and price list address
H. 8. JORY & SON,
P. O. Box 286. Salem, Oregon
8CJ- Dryer Furnaces furnished Ave Juzcs
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO.,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
T7XCHANGED FOH OREGON, WASH;
Ijjlngton Ter. or California real estate. or
Information address us at either of the fol
lowing effices: Palestine, III.; Kansas City,
Mo.; Salem, Or.; Portland, Or. Salem office
nt Bellinger's machinery depot, near the
clly hall, Liberty street; Portland office In
the rooms of tho State Immigration Board,
corner of Front and Ash btreets, liJtf
Proposals for Stationery.
Office of theSkcuktaky ofStatk.I
Sai.km, Or., Sept. 27th, 1SSS. f
nvmcHi pruposnis win oo receiveu m wii
offlco until noon November 27th, 18ns, to
furnish thn fnllnwlnw nrllilfYir thpRtnto
tu reams legal can, 14 to, ro. iruune,
white laid, Carew, Charter Oak or Scotch
Ku reams letter paper, 12 lib. No. 8 ruling,
white laid, Carew, Charter Oak or Scotch
packages. No. S ruling, white laid.
IS l V ewhll.nnl.lnluu bllh Vrt 1 Ml IT
III . IIUi U n UHU VU ICIUIIU3.WW. m. i.llk,
15 M No. 0 .white enrelopcs, 60 B, No. 1
12 gross railroad steel pens No 149.
15 gross anion's steel pens, o. u.
3 gross Easterbrook "J" pens.
5 gross Fabcr's pan holders, No. 1S76.
J dozen Tower Manufacturing Co's. bar
ometer and brass backed Inkstands.
12 dozen Ivory folders, 9 Inch, Standard.
3 dozen Ivory folders, 10 Inch, Congress.
10 dozen mucilage cup, No. 8, Morgan's
1 dozen mucllago stands, reservoir, No.
6, Morgan's patent.
3 reams Parker's treasury blotting paper,
140 B, assorted colors.
2 gross No. 2 Eagle Recorder lead pencils,
4 dozen Arnold's writing fluid, quarts.
2 dozen David A Sons writing fluid,
2 dozen Sanford's premium fluid, quarts.
15 dozen duplex cap board letter clips.
12 dozen Fabcr's rubber rulers, 14 Inch,
12 dozen steel erasers, Hogers', No. 18141, 11.
5 dozen steel erasers, ltogcrs', No. HU9, E.
20 boxes Faber's No. 300 rubber bands, av
4 gross Kaber's lead pencils, Nos. 2 and 3,
10 gross Faber's lead pencils, round, gut,
8 dozen Faber's patent Ink and pencil
rubber erasers, small.
1000 McGlll's patent paper fasteners, No. 2.
IVW li:illll a fPlllVIlt t,l'i;, luaitiivi i, -in. ..
18 dozen dimmed stub tiles. No. 21, 11x10
In., 2J0 pages.
in ,...n.i ,nl.li nnila fit, nnnnp ldvll
4 UU41.U WIUIU iua ui , ' "-,
in iln.tm wnxto Dancr baskets. ero-s bar.
20 lbs hemp twine, ro. ri
At tho samo time separate bids will be
reeelsed forl2dozen Wostenholmcongros
knit-Ad trt hn rtnsprlhprl hv trade Nos. Sam
ples to be exhibited.
.... i I. 1... 1 im....a.lj fii
1I1US SIIOUIU uy Jliuilll-U i iuni-.i mi
Stationery." None but best quality of
goods received. .. , . , .
The right to reject any or all bids Is re
served. All goods to bo delivered before January
1st. l.isi). . Pavmeut to bo made by warrant
on state treasury. -,.,
0-2S-UI Secretary of State
BEFORE IT IS BORN.
Some Startllnc Stntrtuents
I. S. SKIFF & CO.,
Office near ,t h!c
oy tho painless process.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
tfS-All kinds of fresh and cured meats
always "n Kind, full weight and a squaw
deal till nrlund.
Real Estate Bargains.
81,000 103 acres, 0 miles from 0 & C de
pot. Good house, barn and
orclnrd. Fenced, and In cul
52000 80 acres, 4 miles from Salem.
Hood road to town. Improvc
Mnta r.il PlnnfViilt land.
55,100 N acres sK miles from siilcm.
i,ll UUUUlUgB. PHi.tiu' , Vsj '
nil fenced. Make ft desirable
co 500 W acres 4 miles from snlem. im
nniiprd. mid carden laud.
SI.180 linncrw. 7 miles from Salem
111U iiiuu, uui-ij """";- -"
In lots of 10-acro tracts at Fii per
adjoining Willamette river.
Will sell in tracts. .
1375 51acres,4 miles of Salem. Jiousc,
vliwl i .. .i ..Mlini-.l 1 jitfrnRnrllllF
at the door. Good soil, and
plenty of timber. . .
s" 4M fcMacfca. 5 tulles of saiem; goou
' For Sale.
A good iron frame Horse Power. Good
for Sll uses, from one to full cr
All for tho low price o . $30. fill ultue I n
For the treatment of all diseases of men
DRS. GILBERT & WE3IP
Medicated vapor th. oxygen Inbat
Inns electro magnetism, .inea,lcu.lF
8. etc. Office aSd. sanitarium in the
Uank block. Consuiuuion ircc
'..iirli .In, nlnl'O
.400 acres (1 miles west side O A
O II It ) good, house, barn and
u V ".' .7 i n..ll...llnt. Kill.
orcnaru, i tu'" "."";.
ance oak grub pasturp land.
tsm 10 acres, 1 milo from Salem. aiJ-
5W0 joining'falr ground. Good land;
40 acres, 5 miles Salem; an in
'""cultivation; no building; near
school house. Excellent fruit
TT0 acres, fl miles from O 40 H Ilj
all fenced; well watered. House.
,'.... ;i cmnll erchara: 110
acres' In cultivation.
i ji ilnts with good housoand barn,
$:,,u0 -Vif'JJlIin. Deslrablo location.
rere&e our holdings before
Opera House, Court bt..
S.rTM.PMrnirAn n nVILLE CAL
nn if mr ri t
1 ,T r , ., hotter? Have you an ex-
VOU,A QO.D IN THE HEAD XZX
wflve secretion oi "'"i "",,. frennenl "--" ly Z,m. 5mio- 1m
nawKing. spiui8. '"r-nrlehs Impalnneni oi '""'".iheDOrtt jtave you "'
sense ox tmeu i i.xrf - -
R.tore.thenogieandsr,rw . -
RECOMMENDED. . . m of the
CAPTAIN CIIABUB WSX1'
Phonlx and Home Inwronce rmP4Sty y. A 'feL tatUuJTh IbIU
troubled with Chronic CtatAjrh tor f prooBrdedaJjr. "oTltatdtegwJlBif
mended your California WW',J- i,Hbl2l&T-"-CCRB wi7rtd.
ScCsfflnMtorThleh nd cSUtomfc CAT n
whoare-.ufferers." QDABASTBED UV
D. W. MAHHEWS & COMPANY,
, n-ir. ST.. SALEM, OR
SHELL, HEITSHU WOODABD, Wholesale DeooL
Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, on
bclni; asked when the training oi a
child should begin, replied, "A hun
dred yours boforo it is born."
Arts we to infer from this that this
Renerntion is responsible for tho con
diUon of the race a hundred years
from now 7
Is this wonderful generation tho nat
ural result of the proper diet and med
icines of a hundred years ago?
It is conceded in other landB that
most of the wonderful discoveries
of the world in this century have
come from this country. Our ances
tors wcro reared in log cabins, and
Buffered hardships and trials.
But they lived and enjoyed health
to a ripe old ago. Tho womon of
those days would endure hardships
without apparont fatigue that would
startle those of the present ago.
"Why was it?
One of tho proprietors of the pop
ular remedy known rs Warner's safe
euro, has been faithfully investigating
the cause, and has called to his aid
scientists as well as medical men, im
pressing upon them the fact that
there cannot bo an effect without a
cause. This investigation discloteti
thfc fact that in tho olden times
simple remedies wero administer,
compounded of herbs and roots, which
were gathered and ctored in tho lofio
nftlinltrr nnVilna nnii wbnn aicklloiS
camoon, those remedies from naturo'n
laboratory were useu wun mo dom
What wore theso remedies? AVhut
were they used for? After untiring
and diligent search they have o
tained the formulas so generally used
trr viifiniii. riiflnrflnrfl.
Now the quostion is, how will the
olden timo preparations affect tint
people of this age, who have l"-i
treated, under modorn mediv:il
schools and codes, with jwisonoiiR
and injurious drugs. This test luis
been carefully pursued, until tlns
are convinced that the preparati' ns
they now call Warner's Log Cabin
remedies are what our much abused
Among them is what is known ax
Warner's Log Cabin sarsaparilla, ami
they frankly announco that they do
not consider tho sarsaparilla of fo
muchvaluo in itself as it is in tin
combination of the various inuiedi
8nts which together work marvelous!)
upon tho system. Thoy also huvu
preparations for otlior diseases, stuli
as 'Warner's Log Cabin cough and
Nminmnllnn reuiodv." "Log Cabin
hops and buchu remedy," "Warner's
Log (Jabin Hair tonic." inoy nine
t rtAnn.in,w.n II, nt tlmv linvn n
cure forthocommon disoaso of catarrh.
which thoy give tno name oi -im
Cabin rose cream." Also a "Log
Cabin plastor," which they aro con
fident will Bupplantall others, nndn
llVOr pill, to DO USOU Beparuiuiy ui in
connection with the other remedies.
We hope that tho public will not
be disappointed in these remedies,
but will reap a benefit from tho in
vestigations, and that the proprietors
will not be embarrasod in their in
troduction by dealers trying to sub
stitute remedies that havo been so
familiar to the shelves of our drug
gists. This line of remedies will be
used instead of others. Insist upon
your druggist getting them for you if
he hasn't them yet in stock, and wo
feel confident that these new reme
dies will receivo approbation at our
reader's hands, as the founders have
used every care in uieir preparuuuii.
BAN" 1HANCISCO, N..v. lit, I"-
Messrs. WBULRIl 111103..
n.i.n.Wi. lmil tho pleasuro re-
eently of tanking shipment to jwu of m-r
.. ii ir,i" Kxtmuts. Hint
yon by mall tevday n very nwit show ird
.... . -. .laud Ittikllli
which wo would ime ymi ." i""- .-
nently In your store, Hnd which wilt call
tlienttentlon of your trad to the goJ.
It has lieen our Intention ir w.ii.i-
past to place Ukii tho market the imwi
iin,.r ttuvi.rlnL'extnu!U manufaiiun-l in
this clKlntr), "" """ "n0""1" "' ""' ''
and experlmenlUiK '"' '" "
. . ... lnru-lQlll DUtllO' !.
last sueceded In placing bfore ou uual-
i,y wltlBh bnd doubt bus no ninwir.
J.l " . ... .tmniitv ImnrM uixm
you that you can unhesitatingly rwn.iif-
. .. . ... niilniiieni HI the flnNt
that obh po-tlbly be umiiufatfured. The
,ieWg and tyle gwierally Uuchatoi
atlnurt attitlon,nd wepredlct that who
your trade bar tailed the nuallty M the
Bopd. yuurNilB tor" WWUiCroa" extract
TJy eowpyliw.rthour wuwt you win
., ..-xiriti vanra trill V.
a,iir h i.w. ,-' f -- ,
A. EWJ1W" "'
A man who hns practiced nicili
clue for 40 years, ought to know
salt from sugar; read what lie
Tolkdo, O., Jut). 10, 1S87.
Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co. Gen
tlemen: I have been In tho general
practice of inediclne for most 40
years, and would say that In nil my
,,-i-irtintwi iivit.iriimpiv liuvo never
J'l.llllLVUIIVI VAIPVili-iivv, ...-
seen a preperatlon that I eoultl pre
scribe with ns much eontldenee of
sucett-s as I can Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manuiaeiureii oy you. jium i.
RpribiMl It !imnt ninnv times and its
eil'eet is wonderful, ami would say
in conclusion that 1 liavo yet to mm
.. o.,..i ,,f ....irrl. (lint It. u-nnlil not
euro, If they would take itaeeordtug
L. L. GOftSUCII, M. D.
Otllee, SJ15 Summit St.
We will give $100 for any ease of
catarrh that cannot be cured with
Hall's Catnrrh Cure. Taken Inter-
"V J. CIIENFY & CO. Toledo, O.
KaTSold by druggists, 75c.
Important Kvenls of (ho Whole World
for nveniy-iour nours.
A Sad Accident Eaten My the Hogs
Political Talk News.
From the Atlantic seaboard daily Jour-
iv thniiunilBnf iniinlBmntll. hoftNOf en-
ti-iurMni.' tourists for pleaKiiro, oritiHlonnl
ti'inrMne tourists ror piniKiirt', oci-iimuuhi
,-..r .T . AAi.A A. .iiutiirliil nir lwVlltS
r.HP'intHI MTM'IBI'H ...i.iv..... ..-.
on America, imiltltndei of hardy artlrans.
. 1 ...... 1...I ..II lllllllllllltf 1,11.
nil iiigrriinii I'sit-viiuii. ""' " -"
ed to Hie new climate oi tho frontier, and
all untlt-unlesi. protected with a iiiiHllcal
BiircKiianl to encounter mallnrla. tlio
chief no to health In reuloiw newly cleared
and upi-m-d up for settlement, lu-o wwj-crn-lKiiind
tnivelem HI tlnd In llot;-ti-r
Hlniuacli Hitters tho wifely from uiulailal
Infection they inlslit vainly seek ft-oiii
other Miun-os. Tried In all Vaf of Ihe
World, under oxlBOliclestho licit lilted to
show lt iilue. It lias failed now hero under
the moil eai-tlHK conditions. In co many
landu Ii It In requeit that the demand for
11 nuii Molltio tornied unlverMil. ot only
malaria, but constipation. ilyMiepiln, bill
lousncM, rhcumatMii, debility ncryniH
noioiiniliniictlimnftlio kldneja arothot-
ougniyreuoviMi ii- .
Tbelr Business Iluouiiii(j,
Probably no one thing has caused
bticli n genural revival of trade ut
Dr. 11. NY. Cox'n Urug Hture us
their giving uwny o men; custom
ers of ho niutiv free trial bottles or
Dr. King's tfew Discovery for C.n
mmiptloi). Their trade Is simply
enornious lu this very vahuib o ar
ticle from tho fact that It nlwnvb
cures and never disappoints. Coughs
. j( . .. k...U 11.. !. !! (Itlll
eoltls, iHiiimu, uriiiiuiiiun, " i- ""
nil other throat ami lung ilUeiiK-s
quickly cured. You can test It be
fore buying by getting u trla bot
tle free, large Hl.e?l. Every bottle
KorcHt Grove, OreKi m, March s.
1 havo been troubled ninny uuri will
weaknifnof tho ktdneyH unit h.iyo tried
luinvitltr-.ciii n-iui'dioH Hiniiiht alii fnnii
dllleii-iH pliynleUiiis and oven cIiiiiirimI
i-llnintp- i!i olil.iln icllef, hut Inn e nut
with Indlltciont Hiici-esH. lIwiriiiKt hmj'B"
, irldiil of the M.lue "f the OUl-.tlll.N
KIDN-KVTUA, I nbulncil uhox of It and
liavo ueriiou nunc m-ni-i.. n"...
fiiini anytliliiB o1m I Iiiin u yet f'V'JVK ,,.,,.
Washington. Nov. 10. Tho
rather frequent visits which havo
been made to tho VMte House uy
Senator Gorman during tho past
nlnodavs have been the cause, of n
great ileal of speculation. A promi
nent Bnltlmoroan Is responsible for
disseminating it story that tho sena
tor was endeavoring to ho arrange
matters that tho president may be
elected president of tho llaltmore &
Ohio Railroad Co. Tho annual
meeting of stockholders of tho road
will be held Monday, and tlie presi
dent of tho road will bo chosen by
the directors on December 10. it is
b'lloved that tho present temporary
organization will bo continued for
another six months, and that possi
bly In June next Mr. Cleveland may
bo elected president.
n.noimnl by llK.
Omaha, Nov. 10. On Friday last
two fanners, Hiram Hotter and
William Ashley, living In Custer
county, called on u neighbor named
llolsteln to see him about some fur
niture which had disappeared from
the school house in that district.
Asbli.v mid Hotter wero directors.
They hud failed to return on Fri
day night, and after waiting until
Sun.lnv their lieltrhborH beeainu
suspicious and Instituted a search
for them. Yesterday aiteruooii inoy
saw somo hogs eating some object
lu a hay stuck In llolsteln's neiu,
mill irolnir in the snot, found the
dead bodies of the two directors.
ltotter's face had been badly eaten
by tho hogs. llolsteln cannot I o
Hy Small Majority.
NkwYoiuc, Nov. 10.-A special
to tho Post says General Clark,
.ib-rk of tho hotiM) of representative!
has abandoned tho claim that the
democrats are vrtaln to have a ma
jority. Ho states that it will be
necessary to await ofllclal returns;
that all that can now bo said Is that
tho result Is In doubt. One of tho
leading subordinate otllcluls In Gen.
Clark's oftlce, who has tho same
Information as to democratlo hopes
which Gen. Clark himself has, says
tho ofileinls of tho house havo
abandoned tho expectations which
they had a few days ago that tho
democrats would organize the house.
A Ship oe Down.
lloMiiAY, Nov. 10. The coastlug
steamer Vallary which loll Dutll
luda for Bombay with nine hundred
natives on board Is a week overdue.
It Is supposed who was wrecked In a
recent cyclone and all hands wero
A eooiI dlRCitlon wall on appetite and
a hmT piwtlte I one or tho Himwl lp
peVftHit Health. If you aro low IW".
reliable, hlllous. or havo an Irrwil r
appetlto, then ivoav.iej ",."
in tiiKii iir. iieiin'y iiiiinvn...
will make a now man of you.
DCHKEE'S lllcTFLOi'R, which cooks
up into a very delicate dish.
FLOrit, giwninlrt'il io ho
I'Vcriliiind 1'n it)
201 Commeriiu Sr.
llronnmlllu Woolen .Mill.
Ai.iianv, Nov. 10. The change
in tho lJrownsvlllo AVoolen Mills
will bo consummated about tho llrst
nf tho vear. At a meeting of tho
stockholders held on tho 111th lust.,
It wtw decided to sell tno entire
plant to tho highest bidder on tho
"Oth of December. Thu reasons
given tiro that mime of tho members
of the company cannot agree us io
the management of tho mills and
this course it taken to settle the mat
ter and get tho mill Into harmo
nious hands. It simply means
that thu property will be bid in by
sumo of tho present owners and Ikj
run us In thu past according to the
Ideas of tho now ownero.
rrhnp" II" I Captured.
Viotoiha. H. C Nov. 10. Hlinp-
mil, tho embezzler or mu XNormerii
Puolllti HxpresA company atTitcoma
was hero oil Thursday night and
then left for Vancouver.
It Is reported hero to-ulght that
Simpson tho defaulting Northern
l'aeillo express clerk of Tacoma, who
decamped with 110,000 or flL'.OOO
has been arrested on tho lino of the
Canadian Paclllc railway, and tho
boodle found on him.
An Old rionuer Kllltxl.
I, a diiAVDK. Or.. Nov. 10. John
Wells, lather of L. II. VVollsof Hunt
Portland, an old pioneer oi mm city
and valh-y, wus thrown from a
wagon and killed ttxluy. Ho was
bringing n load of wood down the
mniiiitiiiii to town, with a four-
1 hormt-teain, when tho wheel horse
u-ininii .mtunielud lu tho harm
CiniiHTiAN CmmcH. Khler 1
It. lluruett, pastor, l'roaeh ng at
lOrilll a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday
school at lii m. Prayer mietlng
Thursday at 7:il0 p. in.
Catholic Ciiuhcii. Chemeketo
and Cottage streets. Low ninm at
..!.. ,1. uiirii iiiiihh mid sermon
at 10::t0a. in. Sunday school at .
p. in. vespers, senimu ; iv..v-
dletlon at 7:IHI p. m. every niuij .
J. S. White, rector.
Hai'tist Cnuucii. Corner ol
I.lberty and Marlon streets. Hev.
A. It. Medbury, pastor. Services
at 10:!!0 a. M. riuntlay sohool
at noon. Young Peoples' meet-
i n.ir. i. m. weekly
,...nv..r MimiliiL' Thursday ovenlng.
All aro eordlully Invited.
M. K. CiuMicii. Services will Do
hold In the M. K. ehuroli ttHiiorrow
ns follews: Morning, at jOtilO; eve
ning at 7, Sunilay sunooi hi, i- m.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening
at thill). All are Invited. Seats aru
free. Hev. W. Itolllns, pastor.
Pihiiyti:hian Cnirncir. Hov.
II. A. Newell, pastor. Preach
ing ut 10:!10 a. m. and 7
". si. Hoelety of ChrlsUun
KiiiU'iivor at UdH) is m. bub
bath school at 1 m. ; It. S. Wallaw,
suiit. Prayer meeting on '1 liursdtiy
evening at 7::!0 i. M. AVeleomo to
all, at all tho services.
Services at lOflt) a. m. Sunday
school at lti o'clock, Christian Kn
dcavor meeting at 0:(l; evening
.......i.... ..I ?. Itnv. Anselm Ji.
iirown, pastor. Kvenlng text,
1. John 1-H, "ii we say u "" ,;"
sin wo deceive ourselves an i mu
irniii u nut In us.!' A conllnl wel
come Is estended to all. SeatMfree.
1mu1 Jt ch na Bept.,
each year 11 l -olopedia
of uieful mlor.
tlon for Hi who pur
&& the luxune tr8
.....il M or iuo v
.t. . .A (nrnllh TOD Wl
etn ows j -- --- z-ceuu7
what I. wulwd to do 11 Um... 1WJ
and the wugou wasoverturnod uiion
Kvitv BumliW afternoon at !
o'clock, holiness meetings aro eon
ducted at lift High street.
Hand ofllopo meets Hnnday af
ternoons, at ii ireiimik,
T. U. hall on Court St. All aro cor-
MurrUuii ror lUform.
Ni.w Youk, Nov. 10. Donimn
11. l-jiUni, civil service eommbBloner,
miking an address to studentM hero
this morning, wld tho now adminis
tration would iirobubly not hamper
civil service reform In any way. In
Harrison Hie country hud a man
Mini was thoroughly In favor of
huutUpox t huiUylU.
Lkhanon, Nov. 17.-Thre is ft
niaeofMuallpox three mill south
of Hodavllle. Giw. TlioiiijiHon last
wcvk went Ut Portland U attend
his son Clydn, whodlwl of smullpox
,n th 1 of thU month. Mr.
Thomimm came honw on Thurs
day ami broke out with tlutdreadrul
A cw lluomtr.
Why not put tho crank on the
machlno ami run out a few yards of
Ikkiiu poetry for tho especial beiietlt
of real estate agents and country
exchanges? A good plan-here goes.
(Supposed to have been written by a
man who had felt ooltl wlnter'H
breath and whoso eyelids had boon
kissed down ami pulled out by the
eastern sun and his wife. Ho comes
west, and writes back to a neighbor.)
Ho says his heart with deep emotion
glows because he's left a land of
rroat and Hiiews where man ne'er
Is but always to lie most, wuero
cyclones rage anil hlUanU rout,
where 1U e'er too chill for hair to
sloiie and como to the genial,
balmy state, where all Is bright and
sweet as soap-but Just hero the
maehliie broke and his climax must
AioUer l'ucr loiinlljr.
Yesterday ovenlng a wouiun reg
istered at tho Chemeketo as Mrs.
Smith. She said she would leave
on the eurly morning train and
would want to bo called at 0 o'clock.
Her notions were strunge and caus
ed considerable wonderment. Hut
this morning It transplwd that she
had (Neaped from her watchers.
She was rocpturl and committed
before Budge Shaw to the aylum
HernameUt Auna livery and she
bt from Malheur county.